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Published: Nov. 30, 2021 at 4:43 PM CST
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QUINCY (WGEM) -There is a limited potential for scattered or stray rain showers now through early Wednesday morning. These showers will not amount to much rain in the gauge. We expect less than a tenth of an inch and even that amount will be widely scattered.

We’ve been talking about warm temperatures for about five days now and we are tracking the potential for a record high temperature this week. Temperatures for the first day of December look like they will be in the low 60s. Normally the first week of December daytime high temperatures top out in the mid 40s. We will have overnight low temperatures that are the equivalent to what our normal daytime highs are. Thursday more warm air spills into the Tri-State area. We expect to see high temperatures that may eclipse or tie a record for maximum temperature for December 2nd. The record for December 2nd is 67° and that was set back in 1982. The warm air doesn’t just go away we see another day of temperatures running above normal. There is a brief cool down but even the cool down expected this weekend has the temperature running near average. There are no indications on the 10 to 15 day temperature outlook of any type of an arctic or cold air outbreak across the Midwest. Right now it looks as if temperatures will be running near normal or slightly above normal through the middle of December.

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